Pamela Anderson And Jennifer Aniston Perfume Lines

14 Oct

Pamela Anderson, a self-confessed “drug store whore,” has launched a discount fragrance line.

Fans can now get their hands on the first two scents, Malibu Blue and Malibu Pink, in drug stores across the country.

“Both fragrances are fresh, chic and  and totally inspired by the Malibu surf lifestyle that I love,” Anderson, 42, told the press. “They are all-natural and embody my free spirit and passionate, ‘get in trouble’ side. Plus, the line is so affordable!” If you like fresh light scent’s this would be for you.

Malibu Blue has notes of wild berries and white florals, while Malibu Pink has scents of sandalwood, caramel and vanilla bourbon. They cost $39 for a 1.7 ounce bottle and $49 for 3.4 ounces. So depending on your bottle size choice what your willing to spend you still walk out with money in your pocket.

I absolutely love these two fragrances. You can absolutely find it anywhere at your local drugstore’s. Totally affordable.

Jennifer Aniston says Lolavie has a subtle floral scent that matches her natural, understated beauty.

‘I am not a big perfume-y fragrance fan,’ she tells the press. ‘I want people to go ‘You smell great!’ But most of all, I wanted it to smell natural.’

According to the actress, her perfume is sexy and clean…floral but not too flowery.

The line was previously leaked as “Lolavie” but now has a much more fitting name – a name that will sell itself. The perfume is now called just “Jennifer Aniston.

I have to say I have this one as well that’s why I am sharing these two actresses perfumes. I love the feminine quality of these three fragrances.

All there fragrances are affordable for the everyday girl on the go! If you like light scents this is definitely the route to go~

What are your takes on these fragrances?

Wenn

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